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FREE food for those in need.

Find food pantries, congregate meals, mobile farmers’ markets and others who provide FREE food for those in need.

Encuentre una lista de nuestras agencias que ofrecen comida, programas de cenas y puestos de verduras moviles-todo gratis aqui.

Click here to find a food bank to help anywhere in the USA.

All food received from FOOD Share by its partner agencies must be distributed WITHOUT CHARGE, and may not be sold, bartered, exchanged for other goods or services, or utilized outside of the country. If you observe any activity suggesting otherwise, please advise the Agency Relations Manager at (805) 983-7100 ext. 134.

Toda comida recibida de FOOD Share a las Agencias de despensa tienen que ser distribuidas SIN COSTO ALGUNO, no puede ser vendida, cambiada pro otros alimentos or servicios, y no se puede usar fuera del pais. Si usted ha observado actividades de alguna de nuestras agencias que hagan lo contrario pro favor de llamar inmediatamente al Manager de Relaciones de Agencias al (805) 983-7100 ext. 134.

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Other Kinds of Help

Below is a list of some resources and links that offer other kinds of help with food, housing, medical care and more. For food assistance, click here to download a Pantry List.

211 offers access critical need services including food, clothing, and shelter, physical and mental health resources, drug and alcohol intervention and rehabilitation, support for the elderly, employment support including job training and transportation assistance, information on child care, recreation programs, and where to volunteer. United Way of Ventura County, Interface Children Family Services, and First 5 Ventura County have formed a partnership in support of 2-1-1 service in Ventura County.

For more 2-1-1 information, please visit or call (805) 485-6288.

The Ventura County Heath Care Agency strives to provide high quality preventive care and treatment for the indigent, uninsured and others unable to secure health care services. The Health Care Agency oversees the daily operations of: Ventura County Medical CenterSanta Paula HospitalClinicsPublic HealthBehavioral HealthEmergency Medical Services, and Medical Examiner’s Office.

For information about health insurance in Ventura County, go to

The Ventura County Human Services Agency provides public services that promote self-sufficiency, health and wellbeing. These programs ensure the protection of children, the elderly, and dependent adults, and provide a safety net for individuals and families who need assistance with basic necessities, such as food, housing and health care. Additionally, HSA helps people secure employment through education, training, job search skills, and job placement.

The Human Services Agency has recently posted this page to help explain the impact of recent health care reform.

CalFresh is for low-income people who meet federal income eligibility rules and want to add to their budget to put healthy and nutritious food on the table.

There are three ways individuals can access CalFresh: in person, via phone, and on-line.

Visit one of the Ventura County Human Services locations throughout the county or the website to check eligibility.

Call the Ventura County Human Services Agency at 1-888-472-4463.

Visit the MyBenefits CalWin website.


put food on the table for a family in need
$10 = 28 MEALS